The Government is seeking a tougher sentence for a maid convicted of assaulting her employer's four-year-old son, although she has left Hong Kong. Armi Dayot Palmer, 22, was freed from court a week ago after receiving a six-month prison term, suspended for two years. She left Hong Kong on Friday. The boy's father, William Lake, believed the sentence was too light. Magistrate James Lee Chung-yin, who sentenced the maid, has been asked by the prosecution to review his decision. He adjourned the case yesterday for 14 days, awaiting transcripts from the previous trial and for the prosecution to decide if it wanted to proceed.